Family Section

Webinar: Pensions on divorce: topical themes for Spring (20 April)

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This webinar details the way in which pensions can be treated on divorce to the advantage of your clients, including the new pension freedoms and recent state pensions changes. 

You will benefit by: 

  • Broadening your knowledge of the way in which pensions can be treated on divorce to the advantage of your client
  • Learning about the new flexibility with which pensions can be treated on divorce
  • Reflecting upon the way that the courts have been dealing with pensions in recent reported cases
  • Learning how to spot and address issues relating to pensions with an international dimension

The session will cover: 

  • The new pension freedoms: the Taxation of Pensions Act 2014 and the Pensions Schemes Act 2015
  • Valuation methodologies and the court’s approach
  • Recent state pension changes
  • International pension sharing issues

Who should participate:

Financial remedy practitioners who wish to broaden their knowledge of pensions on divorce and wish to ensure that they are conversant with the latest relevant developments in the field

Speaker: 

Philip Way, partner in the Family Law Team, Mills & Reeve LLP
Philip has specialised in advising on the financial consequences of family breakdown for over 25 years. He is an elected fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers, has twice been elected to the National Committee of Resolution and has chaired the Resolution Property, Tax and Pensions committee of which he remains a member.

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